This Stunning Gemstone Has Been Set in a Modern 18 Karat Gold Ring
The name sapphire comes from the Greek word meaning blue. Though sapphires come in a variety of hues from colorless to dark brown, the word is most often identified with the rich, radiant blue of this gemstone. It was believed in ancient times the sapphire attracted divine favor, that it could influence spirits and protect against envy. Tradition has it that the sapphire is so potent it continues to exercise a good influence over the first wearer even when it has passed into other hands. The translucent blue of this beautiful gem is both the sky and the sea, representing the eternal nature of one and the limitless depths of the other. Mounted on this beautiful ring, the sapphire shimmers and shines with its own incomparable luminescence.